Conservative Candidates Minnesota 2014

Minnesota will elect their conservative candidates in the August 14, 2014 Minnesota Primary.
US Senate: Kurt Bills

Congress by District for Minnesota
House 1: Allen Quist
House 2: David Gerson
House 4: Ron Seiford or Tony Hernandez
House 5: Gary Boisclair (Though a Democrat, very conservative)
House 6: Michele Bachmann
House 7: Lee Byberg
House 8: Chip Cravaack

State House
2B, Steve Green, R, C4L 6/7 4A, Ken Lucier, R, C4L 7/7 4B, Paul Sandman, R, C4L 5/6 6B, Dan Darbo, R, C4L 7/7 6B, Dave Meyer, D, C4L 7/7 7A, Therese Bower, R, C4L 7/7 8B, Mary Franson, R, C4L 7/7 13A, Jeff Howe, R, C4L 7/7 15A, Sondra Erickson, R, C4L 7/7, TLM 15B, Jim Newberger, R, C4L 6/6 16A, Al Kruse, D, C4L 3/6
21B, Steve Drazkowski, R, C4L 7/7, TLM 25A, Duane Quam, R 25B, Melissa Valeriano, R, C4L 7/7 26B, Mike Benson, R, C4L 7/7, TLM 29A, Joe McDonald, R, C4L 7/7, TLM 29B, Marion O'Neill, R, C4L 5/6 30A, Nick Zerwas, R, C4L 6/7 31B, Tom Hackbarth, R, C4L 7/7 33B, Cindy Pugh, R, C4L 7/7 34A, Adam Fisher, D, C4L 1/7
35B, Sam Scott, D, C4L 4/7 37B, Jon Chlebeck, D, C4L 2/7 39A, Bob Dettmer, R, C4L 7/7, TLM 39B, Kathy Lohmer, R, C4L 7/7, TLM 40B, Richard Cushing, R, C4L 7/7 41A, Dale Helm, R, C4L 7/7 41B, Laura Palmer, R, C4L 7/7 42A, Russ Bertsch, R, C4L 5/7 46A, John Swanson, R, C4L 2/3 52A, Joe Blum, R, C4L 7/7
59B, Gary Mazzotta, R, C4L 7/7 60A, Brent Millsop, R, C4L 7/7 60B, Kody Zalewski, R, C4L 6/7 61B, Nate Atkins, D, C4L 7/7 62B, Tom Johnson, R, C4L 7/7 63B, Matt Ashley, R, C4L 7/7 66A, Mark Fotsch, R, C4L 7/7 66B, Ben Blomgren, R, C4L 7/7, 67B, John Quinn, R, C4L 7/7

State Senate
1, Jual Carlson, R, C4L 6/6 2, Dennis Moser, R, C4L 7/7 5, John Carlson, R, C4L 7/7 6, Brandon Anderson, R, C4L 7/7
10, Taylor Stevenson, D, C4L 2/6 15, Dave Brown, R, C4L 7/7 20, Gene Kornder, R, C4L 7/7 23, Paul Marquadt, D, C4L 5/7
30, Mary Kiffmeyer, R, C4L 7/7 32, Sean Nienow, R, C4L 6/7, TLM 38, Timothy Henderson, D, C4L 4/7 39, Eric Langness, R, C4L 7/7 41, Gina Bauman, R, C4L 7/7
46, Roger Champagne, R, C4L 6/6 54, Janis Quinlan, R, C4L 7/7 55, Josh Ondich, D, C4L 6/7 58, Andrew Brobston, D, C4L 3/6 59, Jim Lilly, R, C4L 2/4 67, Mike Capistrant, R, C4L 7/7

Rochester City Council, Jan Throndson
Olmsted County Commissioner, Jim Baker

Wright County Commissioner
-District 1, Tom Huffman
-District 2, Barry Kukowski -District 5, Charlie Borrell
http://www.wrightcountyteaparty.org/Elections
TLM: Taxpayers League of Minnesota, http://www.taxpayersleague.org/pdf/legscorecard2014.pdf
Then, of course, the following day his communications director blows it all away by describing his candidate as an Etch A Sketch candidate who you can just shake up after a primary and reset,” he said. “I thought he lost psychologically in terms of consolidating the party. It’s part of the problem Mitt Romney carries. People perennially wonder who is the real Minnesota Mitt Romney.”
As candidate Mitt Romney continues his foray in this, his third attempt to win the Republican primary and portray himself as the “Conservative Candidate” there are a number of items that should weighted into any consideration when evaluating his expertise in leadership. Consider the following…

Minnesota Conservative Christian Candidates for Congress 2014

Pro Life Christian Candidates for Congress by District for Minnesota
House 1: Allen Quist
House 2: David Gerson
House 4: Ron Seiford or Tony Hernandez
House 5: Gary Boisclair (Though a Democrat, very conservative)
House 6: Michele Bachmann
House 7: Lee Byberg
House 8: Chip Cravaack District 04: Teresa Collett

District 06: Michele Bachmann

According to job creation experts Andrew Sum and Joseph McLaughlin of Northeastern University, manufacturing employment during the Romney years “declined by 14%, the third worse record in the country.”
The same scholars wrote that “from 2001 to 2006, Massachusetts ranked 49th in the nation in job creation…”
The Boston Globe business columnist Steve Baily wrote that “there are 40,000 fewer people in the workforce than when Romney took over.”

 

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Conservative Presidents The most prominent conservative presidents:
  • George Washington (1789-1797)
  • James Monroe (1817-1825)
  • Grover Cleveland (1885-1889, 1893-1897)
  • Warren G. Harding (1921-1923)
  • Calvin Coolidge (1923-1929)
  • Ronald Reagan (1981-1989)